Haua Fteah (also Haua Ftiah or Haua ‘Uwayja) is a large karstic cave located in Cyrenaica in northeastern Libya. Located some 20 km east of Benghazi, Haua Fteah belongs to the larger area of the limestone Marabou Hills.
The Kome Caves are a group of cave dwellings made out of mud in the district of Berea, Lesotho 25 km east of Teyateyaneng.
The Njoro River Cave is an archeological site on the Mau Escarpment, Kenya.
In Agrour Amogjar, the Agrour Amogjar Mountains offer shelter from the heat and wind of the Sahara Desert.
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Jebel Irhoud is a site containing hominin remains, located in Morocco. Jebel Irhoud was first occupied by humans approximately 300,000 years ago and remnants of early Homo sapiens have been found at Jebel Irhoud as recently as 160,000 years ago.
Although Leviathan Cave (also known as Leviathan Grotto and Leviathan’s Lair) is not the world’s largest lava tube, it certainly has the most infamy. The cave system extends about 3 kilometers (2 miles), making it approximately twice the size of the next largest Kenyan lava tubes, but its size alone doesn’t make Leviathan Cave particularly […]
Paradise Lost Caves (PL) is a cave system located in Kiambu County, Kenya. They were discovered officially by Joseph Mbai and some of his farmhands on his property in 1996.
Mau Mau Cave is located near Nanyuki, about 199.2 km North East of Nairobi in Kenya’s Central Province. Mau Mau Cave was used as a hide-out by Kenyan Freedom Fighters during the Mau Mau Uprising of 1952 to 1960. The Mau Mau cave where real life African fighters once hid from British colonial government is […]
The Kitum Cave is located in Kenya. Two European visitors contracted Marburg virus there during the 1980s. It is one of five named “elephant caves” of Mount Elgon where animals, including elephants, mine the rock for its sodium-rich salts. Kitum Cave is located in Mount Elgon National Park, Kenya.